Thursday, 2 September 2021

2021 Topic 10: My Favourite Colour with LPC {by Etsuko Noguchi}

  2021 Topic 10: My Favourite Colour


We're all intrigued by clever paper engineering but when you combine it with the beauty of Lynne Perrella stamps, you end up with something quite magical. Etsuko has created an awesome flip book plus some really clear instructions with lots of beautiful backgrounds that really enhance the beauties of the stamped women.
~ Keren

Hi everyone, Etsuko (My Favorite thingswith you today, and I'm here to share with you Infinity Flip using fabulous Lynne Perrella stamps.

This time I tried to make a little old style flip card. This theme is My Favourite Colour, so I made the card in some of my favorite colours, blue and yellow. Detailed instructions on how to make an Infinity card can be found on Nicole Fenimore's site.


This is the short video.





The first step is to make the base of the card using PaperArtsy Smoothy (Heavyweight) A4 white card and lightly color it with a brayer in Fresco Chalk Acrylic (Snowflake), (Cerulean), (A Bit Fishy).


Cut 4 pieces at 6 x 3 inches. Score both four pieces at 1 1/2 and 4 1/2 inches.




Apply glue to the bottom layer where the red hatch marks indicate. Then align and glue the blue hatch marks on top of the red hatch marks.


Create two color papers as a base by gel-printing, used Fresco Chalk Acrylic (Cerulean), (Deep Sea), (Sargasso) and (Blue Oyster) on the blue paper.





On the other yellow paper, used Fresco Chalk Acrylic (Yellow Submarine), (Lemon Meringue), (Persimmon) and (Cerulean). Then I stamped halfway down the paper with Lynne Perrella set 028 (LPC028) and Jofy set 09 (JOFY09) by Ranger Archival ink (Saffron and Forget-Me-Not). I cut both base into the small squares shown below. ★ 2 3/4 x 2 3/ (2) Pieces ★ 5 3/x 2 3/ (3) Pieces ★ 2 3/x 1 1/ (8) Pieces ★ 1 1/x 1 1/ (8) Pieces.

Page one,








Page one-- Using stamps are Lynne Perrela set 041 (LPC041), Hot Pics set 1005 (HP1005by Ranger Archival ink (Jet Black). Alison Bomber set 21 (EAB21) for the quote with Ranger Archival ink (Jet Black). Fresco Chalk Acrylic (Blush), (Toffee), (Snowflake) and (Cerise) for her face. For the four blue rectangular bands I used Lynne Perrella set 023 (LPC023) by white WOW embossing powder. Once everything was done, I glued it up.

Page two,






Page two--Stamped Lynne Perrella set 050 (LPC050) by Ranger Archival ink (Jet Black), stamped set 005 (LPC005) and set 006 (LPC006) by WOW some embossing-powder. These golden towers are the same ones on both sides of page three.

Page three,



 


 


Page three-- I stamped Lynne Perrella set 049 (LPC049) by Ranger Archival ink (Jet Black) and stamped Hot Pics set 1005 (HP005) by Ranger Archival ink (Fern Green and Library Green). Small squares are painted Fresco Chalk Acrylic (Gold) then embossed set 009 (LPC009) on it with WOW Turquoise powder. Also I added Alison Bomber set 03 (EAB03) quote.

Page four,






Page four-- Lynne Perrella set 050 (LPC050) stamped on the central focal point by Ranger Archival ink (Jet Black), Seth Apter set 20 (ESA20) used for the side rectangles and embossed by WOW yellow powder. Also I added Alison Bomber set 21 (EAB21) quote.

These are the finished Infinity Flips.





And more parts.







It was a very fun project, but I may not be explaining how to make it well enough. Please take a look at Nicole Fenimore's site and I hope you try making one. 
Thank you so much for visiting.

Etsuko xxx 

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10 comments:

PaperArtsy said...

Absolutely beautiful post Etsuko that is a cool idea!

Hazel Agnew said...

An amazing project Etsuko. You are so clever. Xx

Stampers Grove said...

Beautiful project and some serious fun too! Love it.

Carole J said...

An absolutely fabulous card. Love the stamps and colours, but the folds are seriously cool too! x

A Pink said...

Wow! Such a cool and clever project showcasing so many of Lynnes fab stamps ( and the added extras) I one project.
It must have been an engineering feat in itself but what a fantastic job you did , Etsuko .
Love it ! TFS your 'how to' and sharing such an inspiring project .
x

Jackie PN said...

Etsuko, this project is brilliant!! I love each and every detail! You truly took stamping to another level,my friend! Bravo!

ionabunny said...

Gorgeous. Hugz

Lucy Edmondson said...

Wonderful! So, so clever and beautiful! X

Etsuko said...

Thank you all for your wonderful comments, I will take this feeling with me. Etsuko xxx

SewPaperPaint said...

Etsuko, I could not love this amazing card any more! I loved the video, because you can see more clearly how the yellow and blue colors work together in perfect harmony. You know what a huge LP fan I am so this project really gets my mojo pumping! xx, Autumn

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